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, but the bottom line is, the rich are getting richer, the poo adam: melissa francis is not in, but adam shapiro is guiding you through your "money" next. adam: i am adam shapiro in for melissa francis. here is "money" today. boeing beat first-quarter expectations. deliveries of the 787 will resume in early may. boeing shares rallied 3%. the world investors own 350 million shares of eing slade netted $173 million today. also making money, cofounder of home depot owns more than 660,000 shares of yum! brands. the news helped yu brands, so he scored a paper gain of nearly $3illion. losing money today? gun shop owners, getting loans, the "wall street journal" says general electric financing unit is cutting off lending through gustores reportedly in response to the center's newtown school shooting. even when they say it is not, it is always about "money." ♪ adam: all right, everybody, let's get right to it. a lot of earnings today, qualcomm, vanguard, it to that released their earnings after the closing bell. dennis kneale knows tech more than anybody. dennis: how is it zynga can beat wall street
and this doesn't liz: join us now. we are always here for you. money with david shapiro is coming up next. adam: hello, i am adam shapiro. a federal judge ruled that stocks in california can keep making pension payments rather than creditors. more on that in a moment. if you own shares of tesla, you made big money today. it's electric model s savannas topping shares. and you don't always have to be alive to make money. the walking dead and amc have rewritten the cable tv record book. last night walking dead season finale scored 12.4 million viewers and it is the most-watched telecast in cable history. despite the record, shares of the networks closed 2% today. the stocks were driven up 25% just this year. even when they say it's not, it's always about "money." ♪ ♪ ♪ adam: a good afternoon. first up, a groundbreaking legal case to tell you about. it affect pensions from coast-to-coast, that includes you. a federal judge ruled that stockton, california, is eligible for bankruptcy protection. this sets the stage for stockton to pay calpers $900 million instead of main pingback almost $165 mi
>> chair adams: time is now 2:08 p.m. in the meeting is being called to order. we would like to thank sf gov tv and san francisco media hall for their continued support for their services. at this time we asked members of the public to silence or turnoff where cell phones. >> commissioner dooley: here >> commissioner dwight is absent. >> commissioner o'brien: here >> commissioner ortiz-cartagena: here. >> commissioner riley: here >> commissioner white: here. we have a quorum. you are in general public comment. allowing members of the public to comment on matters within the commissions purview. this is a discussion item. >> chair adams: do we have any members of the outlook here who would like to make a comment on any item other than what is on today's agenda. seeing none the only comment is seeing none the only comment is closed. 3. discussion and possible action to make recommendations to the board of supervisors on board of supervisors file no. 130284 [planning, building codes - fee waiver program - small business month, may 2013] ordinance recognizing small business month
important stories. first, haunting questions. who was adam lanza? >> adam had episodes where he would completely withdraw. >> and what clues are there in his relationship with his mother? >> he was never violent. she never feared him. >> nancy lanza is the person adam was closest to in the world. if we can begin to understand adam's relationship with nancy, we probably can begin to understand adam. >> and in our second story, a town divided over guns. >> when they pass a law that violates the constitution, i will not comply. >> and how the shootings have moved grieving newtown residents to join the debate. >> you have a tremendous power. and the fact that you're from newtown is even more important. >> we cannot be defined as a culture that accepts this. >> things must change. this is the time. >> these two stories in this special edition frontline. >> frontline is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. and by the corporation for public broadcasting. major support for frontline is provided by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation,
. this is a discussion item. >> chair adams: do we have any members of the outlook here who would like to make a comment on any item other than what is on today's agenda. seeing none the only comment is seeing none the only comment is closed. 3. discussion and possible action to make recommendations to the board of supervisors on board of supervisors file no. 130284 [planning, building codes - fee waiver program - small business month, may 2013] ordinance recognizing small business month in may 2013; amending the planning code, sections 302, 355(a), and 355(e); and amending building code, tables 1a-a, and 1a-e, to waive fees for the month of may for certain façade improvements; and making findings, including environmental findings and findings of consistency with the general plan and priority policies of planning code, section 101.1. explanatory documents: bos file no. 130284 bos file no. >> my name is diana keyes (sounds like) i'm here to introduce an ordinance passed last year, waiving fees regarding awning and sign replacement and pedestrian lighting for small businesses and recognition of small bus
's revolving loan fund, and the loans that have been issued since january, 2013. then, president adams is going to give you more detailed report but for small business we want to remind you of the key functions the commissioners are encouraged to participate in, which is monday flavors of san francisco. tuesday, the sponsored honorary program at the board of supervisors to have our reception starting at 2:30-3:15, and the honorary program from 3:30-5. and the president opening remarks of the vice president providing. wasn't remarks and the evening is the mega meg contact with lgb center at thursday may 16th we have the small business awards ceremony. and then, i forgot to include this, but the san francisco economic development agency is also providing a mixer on friday. the items i have highlighted here are some of the key ones you might think about attending and president adams will provide a more detailed report. , legislation and policy matters i wanted to bring to your attention that mayor lee signed the mandatory seismic retrofit program, the cast program. this pertains to all
have to wonder emotionally how hard it's going to be for adam scott. because that walk up the hill -- nick: yeah, there was a lot of celebration. jim: does this not remind you a little bit of 1988, the last time we had a father-son combination on the bag? jack nicklaus/jack nicklaus jr. in this case, though, it's off to sign the card and threaten head back to the tee at 18. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] [captioning made possible by cbs sports division] jim: adam scott, in the top five for the fifth time in the last couple of years in majors, so no one's surprise surprised by his play, but cabrera, from 269th in the world to showing the world a lot of moxie at the 72nd hole. making birdie when he had to. nick: when he
, but it is the russell 2000 jumping a full percentage point. a major turnaround for all of these indices. adam: homebuilders among the top performers. rallying more than 2.5%. liz: investors betting pretty big on media stocks today. viacom, news corp., hit a new 52-week highs, lifetime highs. all three names up more than 17% so far this year as well. adam: the japanese yen a big mover today. the yen dropped to the lowest level in four years, the company's central bank began its massive stimulus program. the yen extended the fall against the euro after the bell starts right now. ♪ and we have seen a lot of action in today's market as we kick off earnings season, so let's get right to it. in the pit of the cme, stephen, head of capital market will tell us why it is time to move to the small-cap names and patrick, global portfolio manager and managing director. tells us why a pullback may be on the way. why are you saying this? >> as far as a pullback concern, right now what you have seen is a parabolic move especially when you look at japan. now you're looking at europe. some of the leadership
. a missed opportunity for day he would finish third. quietly adam scott held his share of the lead. he would think this brilliant put with the long putter. that birdie looked like it was going to be the winning shot at . like it. but then cabrera would respond. the incredible approach shot just a few feet from the pin. he would go on to birdie 18 and would go to the play off. in the play off, both men have their ball set up for chip shot on their second stroke. cabrera up first. this for a possible victory. runs it by. both men would par the hole and we would go to a second play off. cabrera for birdie on the second play off hole. just five. adam scott had a put to win masters. >> adam scott, a life changer. >> adam scott wins the masters the first australian to do so. he was 3-under par for the day. cabrera was 2-under par for the day. we're going to tell you why cabrera possibly could have better. really it was scott, cabrera and day all having a chance to win over the final three holes, tiger woods putter just failed him today. i think probably a
. and that is explosions. again we don't know yet if it is terrorism. you made the great point, adam. there is homegrown terrorism. timothy mcveigh and oklahoma city. adam: the bombing during the olympics. liz: we're not casting aspersions. when you have a "boston herald" reporter who was running the marathon and saw something come and explode out of a trashcan, you just don't know. adam: at this point the latest casualty list we've been hearing, they said three people are indeed dead. several people have been injured. some of the wound are quite horrific. severed limbs. a great deal of blood from the explosions. we're told two confirmed explosions. there is the report list mentioned there might have been a third device found that was not exploded. on a day, us being a business network, you can't ignore this kind of event, nor, do you want to trivialize what is unfolding in the great city of boston but this is the kind of event that has ramifications in all kind of ways. we saws, as you said this flight to safety. people with their invests running to u.s. treasurys, right when it was reported that these
as content, adam and eve in paradise. she definitely missed washington. she would write and say tell me all the news and she would omplain a little bit i haven't been out. keep me up to date and let me know what is happening. for her own self-she probably would have wanted to go back to washington for a visit but james madison was going to stay put. >> she was 49 years old when she left the white house. e was 17 years her senior. she worked to involve him when he was in the last days of his final illness. before we talk about her years back in washington because she lived until the age of 81 and was very much involved in the ugust. >> i have a couple of comments about dolley madison's clothing and fashion and then i have a uestion. i used to be a dozen at the north carolina historical museum and we happen to have some of her belongings which includes the original of that red velvet dress we saw. also we own a pink silk dress she wore while she was first lady. and what was interesting about that piece of clothing was when we had it conserved by the people of williamsburg irginia. they found
. charles payne, dagen mcdowell. adam lashinsky, charlie gasperino, charles payne. >> the president said not by a single dime. he was telling the truth, it's a lot of dimes. how many dimes are in a trillion? i've been saying this from day one, everyone watching this show who has jumped on the band wagon and grabbed a torch and the evil rich is responsible for this, be careful after you go from mansion to mansion to mansion they'll get smaller, hey, they're in front of my house! you're going to have to pay up, too, you're evil and you'll have to pay the money and this is a utopia and he's in front of the trailer park now. >> he's front of the trailer park. >> and this is so good because it proves that he is a class wearer, he hates, or doesn't hate, he's going after every class. you think about it, the payroll tax hit everybody, one of the most regressive taxes is imposed by president obama where he raised taxes on everybody, and you know-- >> that was the payroll tax that people cut for two years. >> right. >> it was put back in play and everyone felt it. >> right. >> and after a lot new
station is, which i believe is the last one? >> vallejo. >> chair adams: yeah, the vallejo one. i did some research on this, a prop passed, they only built one. >> the last one the built was the employee parking lot at general hospital. the only parking lot now built are for city employees; the court building over here, they have a parking lot in the building, that is it sort of thing that still gets built with parking. anything else, , if you're going to build a large building you cannot put a parking lot in there for their employees. no more parking. it just to be that the money you put into the meter, went for the meter maids, in whatever was left over was for offstreet parking. that was eliminated under prop a i want to say, i could be wrong. >> i would just -- two observations. one, i totally empathize with steve's comment. all the attorneys and people that you may have to do business with from time to time operate downtown. anytime i have a meeting down there i have to have a second thought about how my going to do this , occurs if i go down there, i've gotten ticketed because i t
." >> reporter: it is all michael shannon has left of his sons. a final picture. adam at 4, jason just 10 months. >> i can't stop picturing them as a 4 and a 1-year-old, or a 5-year-old and a 1-year-old. and i've had no photos, and i'm trying to imagine what they would look like at 16 and 12. and hoping that they don't hate me for not saving them. >> patty cake. patty cake. baker's man. >> reporter: this is a story you could tell a thousand times over. an international kidnapping to egypt. a country that takes in billions of dollars in aid from thited s recognize international law when it comes to returning the united states' stolen >> yay! >> reporter: according to court records, michaelshannon'on were illegally taken here 12 years ago by their mother. and despite winning every court case since, despite rulings that his american citizen sons must be returned to their father, the illegal separation has lasted more than a decade. >> nothing has worked. >> reporter: attorney stephen cullen is an expert in fighting international custody battles. >> if we went over there -- >> reporter: he's taken o
's nightmare. >> it is all michael shannon has left of his sons. a final picture adamant for jason, just ten months. >> i can't stop picturing them as a four and a one-year-old. or a five-year-old and a one-year-old. >> and i've had no photos and i'm trying to imagine what they would look like at 16 and 12 and hoping that they don't hate me for not saving them. >> this is a story you could tell a thousand times over. an international kidnapping to egypt, a country that takes in billions of dollars of aid from the united states, but refuses to recognize international law. when it comes to returning the united states' stolen children. according to court records, michael shannon's sons were illegally taken here by their mother. despite winning every court case since, desz piet his american citizen sons must be returned to the u.s., it's lasted more than a decade. >> if we went over there -- >> he's taking on shannon's case, for free. because he says even the united states government isn't helping. >> it's horrible to have to admit to michael we've all failed him. the legal system has failed him
>> i'm adam. lori: i'm lori rothman, the twitter flash crash, the hash crash, it's been 24 hours, happened this hour yesterday, the tweet that rocked the financial world. the threat to investors, and concerns these technology breaches will be more common. john reid stark ran the fcc's office of interpret enforcement joins us. adam: filing to impress the iphone maker promising to return a hundred billion bucks to shareholders, but it's not enough to prop up the stock. lori: fire works in washington, grilled on furloughs causing flight delays, and house picking up legislation to make the keystone pipeline happening by going around the president. adam: going for gold, coming up empty handed, the rush to physical gold wiping out the u.s. midnight. how they did it. lori: update you on the market, weak data points starting the session off pointing to softness, perhaps in the second quarter. durable goods orders for the month of march down 5.7% from the previous month, all demand for big ticket items across the board. straight to the floor where nicole is standing by. nicole, major aver
about it gaining traction. adam: fox business the only business networks to show you the arrest on friday. today we will show you what this means for steve cohen. lori: let's kick things off as we do with stocks now. checking in for the first time this hour with nicole petallides. the market starting a little lower here. nicole: that is right. the dow and the s&p each gained 10% in the first three months of 2013 pulling back a little bit on this first trading day of a new month and a new quarter. certainly coming off of the losses earlier today the dow and the s&p set some new highs intraday. a record all-time intraday highs. so we did see some green on the screen. a little disappointing, we got in some construction numbers. china playing into this as well. intel and cisco couple of names to keep an eye on. securities downgraded intel. down 2.2% right now, some concerns of a delay in the profits bringing concern along with it. shares up one quarter of 1% as they raised their dividends and chief financial officers talking about strong position financially. back to you. lori: than
'll let adam decide whether it's nefarious, but it's clearly keynesian economics at work, when you think about it. and when the president ran around saying the health care bill wouldn't cost anything, i guarantee part of the bizarre economic analysis how many department of the jobs were created and how it would impact the economy and this is it. >> adam, do you see anything in this that worries you at all. >> not in the way at that it appears to worry everybody else. so far what we've had an is extremely smug conversation. we have piece of legislation that-- >> how could it be anything else when you've got navigators at $40 an hour? i'm sorry. >> what we're looking at it a complex problem. do you think for a moment the health care system is it straight forward and everybody can completely understand what they're doing. what we're talking about doing, i don't know where gerri's statistic comes from. we're talking about adding up to 30 million more people having health insurance in this country. that's going to be complicated. >> complicated and more money than we could ever possibly affor
finishes his day in third place. angel cabrera, birdie on 16 gives him a share of the lead. adam scott on 18, you dream about these putts as a kid. are you kidding me. in the clubhouse with a nine stroke lead. shoots a 69. angel cabrera knew he needed a birdie, unreal. just money, he birdies and we go to sudden death. second playoff hole, huge left to right break, looks like going in, dangles on the limb, he can't believe he didn't drop. adam scott, 12 footer, drains it adam scott is 2013 masters champion and first major title and first australian to win the masters. >> an incredible day everything fell in the right lane, i guess. i kept plugging away. i didn't know it was going to happen. it was great that everything fell into place for me. >> it doesn't get any better than that. just unbelievable. adam scott is considered one of the best players never to win a major but one of the greatest finishes, adam scott is your masters champion. giants take three out of four from the cubs. check on this, tim lincecum on the mound and cubs got to him early. gave away 2 homers in the first. he d
tracy byrnes and adam shapiro next on fox business. you don't want to miss that discussion. keep it here tracy: welcome back. i'm tracy byrnes, i'm adam shapiro. breaking news out of boston on the manhunt. the city is searching for 19-year-old marathon bombing dzhokhar tsarnaev. they are going door-to-door in watertown where they say the search is 60, to 70% complete. tracy: authorities are planning a contained explosion at a location in cambridge this afternoon. as you recall at this point a second suspect was killed last night in a shootout in with police. the suspects are believed to be brothers from the russian region in -- but both lived in the united states for years. adam: president obama has been tracking the boston manhunt from the white house. rich edson joins us with more on that. rich? >> the white house at this point says it doesn't want to micromanage the situation going on in boston right now. we do have more information about the older brother, the first suspect killed last evening. tham tam, did according to -- tamerlan tsarnaev, according to u.s. fox news returned from
'm tracy byrnes, i'm adam shapiro. apple is baking a bite out of markets. trading for $400 a for the first time since december 2011. we'll have the latest on apple and other markets. tracy: a after a congressional aide leaked market moving information to an investment firm. now the sec is on the case. are these firms guilty of insider trading? adam has former sec chairman harvey pitt. he will weigh in. adam: the consumer financial protection bureau is spending $20 million to buy personal financial data about you. we'll tell you what they're doing with that information. tracy: freaky. adam: i don't know. they're buying it from experion and, the people that already have it. tracy: so they know i'm broke? that is no secret i guess, it is top of the hour. we want to check stocks. nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. and, nicole, wow, apple is really in trouble it would seem with a lot of their investors. >> i will go ahead and lead with that that's what we're seeing here, 392.79. we've seen it down about ten bucks. obviously well off of the highs that we saw back last
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. let's go to adam shapiro on the breaking news desk. what are you hearing? >> real quick, apple after-hours is trading up almost 4%. something investors liked on this earnings report. they beat the street came in $10.09. street was excting $10. revenue was a big beat. it was 46 billion. the street was expecting 42.31 billion. here is the big thing. they have $145 billion cash on hand. they will return some of that money to their shareholders. they're hiking the dividend, melissa from $2.65 a quarter up to $3.5. announced a continuation of the multishare buyback program -- $305. that will raise the stack in after-hours. get down to numbers that you can relate to. do you have an iphone? someone does because they sold 37.4 million iphones in the quarter compared to 35.1 million in the year ago quarter. to put it in perspective in the christmas quarter a year ago, when everyone is buying holiday gifts, this he sold 37 million iphones. this quarter they, that we're reporting they sold 37.4 million. it is not even a holiday season this is reflecting. iphones still t. 19.5 million ipads sold
the numbers. adam shapiro is going to provide us with details of those numbers. if we could see after-hours what is happening to these numbers as we look at the major indices settled to the upside. dow jones industrials is in single digits. it is now up almost 30 points. nasdaq is up the healthiest of all the indices with the exception of russell 2000, small and mid-sized stocks doing well. numbers are out for amazon. we're parsing through those numbers. let me show you the bid-ask after-hours. it ended the day 274.70. look at this, there is a pop after-hours a significant pop. so folks are liking what they're seeing, liz. liz: they are. the initial reaction was slightly lower. now it is jumping on amazon as we look through the numbers we want to tell you there were all kinds of earnings reports out. exxonmobil looking in the after-market session. what do we see, slightly lower. adam shapiro on the numbers from amazon. adam? >> if we're getting correctly they're reporting 18 cents instead of the 8 cents street was expecting for earnings per share. we're going through the report to fig
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, jason day would bogey 16 and 17. cabrera, bird on 16. got a share of the lead. now adam scott on 18. co-leader for 8-under for birdie. you dream about these putts as kids. are you kidding me? in the clubhouse with a 69. cabrera in the group behind scott. watched that putt. knew he needed a birdie to force the playout. check out his approach. unreal. birdies for a 70, and we go to sudden death. second playoff hole, cabrera goes first. huge right to left break. looks like it's going in but dangles on the lip. can't believe it didn't drop. now adam scott, made the putt on 18. can he do it begin? drains it. adam scott, your 2013 masters champion. he can't believe it. green jacket for adam scott in his first major title and the first australian to win at the masters. >> incredible day. but everything fell my way in the end, i guess, and just never know, and i just kept plugging away, and i didn't know if it was going to happen. but it was just great that everything fell into place for me. >> mike: it doesn't get much better than that. adam scott considered the greatest player never to win
for the fee waiver for, and if there is any questions i will be happy to take them for you. >> chair adams: any questions on the fee waiver? public comment on item number five? temporary waiver of the the for small business sidewalk sales? seeing none, public comment is closed on item 5. any other commissioner comments? commissioner ortiz. >> commissioner ortiz-cartagena: i want to take time to recognizing mission creek merchants association, took 40 percent of all the fees waived. that is really good but they are using this amazing tool. >> chair adams: and they're doing a guide too this year, i am happy about that. i want to say that this is one of my favorite events for small business week, being in my previous role, with the emergence of upper market in castro, the drive it brings people into the neighborhood is unbelievable and i know each year we have more and more merchants participating. it's almost like a festival now, on saturday. also harvey milk week in the neighborhood which adds to it. i wanted knowledge supervisor farrel for sponsoring this legislation and the office of smal
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